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Code 6823
EUR 500.00
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EUR 500.00
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1611674559Code 6823 Aneroid barometerAneroid barometer of brass and glass, signed C. Baker 244 High Holborn London, English manufacture of the 20s. In excellent condition and fully functional. Diameter 12 cm - 4.7 inches, thickness 5.5 cm - 2.16 inches. C. Baker traded at 244 High Holborn, London from 1910 to 1947, becoming then C. Baker Ltd.

It’s an antique measuring instrument having an element sensitive to pressure, a metal box, named barometric capsule. The capsule contracts and dilates for changes of pressure and its movements are transmitted to an indicating pointer by a mechanical system. The inventor of this system was Bourdon, a French business man (Paris 1808-1884), that had established in Paris in 1835 a factory for make steam machines; in 1849 he invented metallic manometer, and in 1853 he invented a kind of aneroid barometer.

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